Wouldn't a X,Y grid notation work out much better than what was used here :

http://www.boardgamegeek.com/article/2308969Ex:

Hill would be 0,0

Your base would be 0,-1

Their base would be 0,1

Left of hill would be -1,0

Right of hill would be 1,0

Then just put a Letter for each unit

Air - Air Strike

A - Artillery

H - Heavy Weapons

I - Infantry

P - Paratroopers

S - Special Forces

T - Tank

So for example

Turn 1 (opponent goes first)

P (0,1) Paratrooper is played in opponents home base

Turn 1

A (0,-1) [P (0,1)] Artillary is played in home base killing opponents paratroopers in his home base

S (-1,0) Special forces are played to the left of the hill

Okay now I know Chad is coming from the chess world and that's why he fell back on a similar method for notation but I think this is much more clear and more concise.

P.S. If any other major updates are done to the computer program a notation system would be a great addition and using this method should be rather simple. (Yes I know how to program so I do have an idea what I'm talking about)